See book by Dr. Peter Green (he was somehow tricked into writing foreword for Hasselbeck's book but his own book on Celiac is good. Interesting that Dr. Green has not been on any of Hasselbeck's appearances on Fox, etc.?? ). Better yet, if it is recipes you are looking for, try book by a REAL celiac survivor, with LOADS of great, authentic recipes and tips: "Living with Celiac" by Sue Hasset. It is not available (yet) on Amazon but it is available on xlibris.com - search under book name or author name. It is self-published by Sue Hasset and is a real, authentic book packed with great recipes, tips and inspiring tales from Sue's lifelong experience with Celiac Disease. Sue is not a celebrity and didn't write a "diet book" to appeal to the mass market, frshe wrote a book from the heart that really is about "living with celiac". Check it out!
Gluten Free Diet: A Comprehensive Resource Guide by Shelley Case. I could not live without her book when I was diagnosed! Unlike author of The G-Free Diet, Shelley is actually a gluten-free diet expert! I'll be reviewing her lastest edition next week. You can find my review of The G-Free Diet on Examiner.com, Atlanta Gluten-Free Examiner page. In my review I link to several well respected gluten-free cookbooks as well.